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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 10 August 1906

AN ENEMY IN THE WAY SEVENTfH--InCloud and Pillar Series A STORY OF THE WILDERNESS JOURNEY OF THE HEBREW PEOPLE By th "ighway aud Byway" Preacher i'p)y c 6ri , b) the authou IV. S. Edson.) S'ri.,,,:re Authority:--Exodus 17: 816. SERMONETTE. ' "Fight the good fight of faith, 1 because your adversary, the devil, as a roaring lion, walk. & 4 th about seeking whom he may n devour."-1 Tim. 6:12, and I v Peter 5:8. t The Enemy in the Way.- ? tl Know, O Soul, thou who hast a been redeemed by God, and hast been led out of the Egyptian b bondage of sin to Rephidim, the u place of larger spiritual refresh- t. ing and blessing, that Amalek n 4 lurks in the way to dispute thy passage. The Amalek of an evil St heart, and the Amalek of a  wicked world are ever ready to engage thee in conflict; to plot sp thy ruin; to keep thee from go- an ing forward. Conflict and Victory.- But know, also, O thou Soul, that Lo though Amelek, that tireless i emissary of Satan, must be met, go thou hast the ass...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 10 August 1906

LBAUGn VIRGINIA S PE-RU-NA. :et rei' Th so RI.,. i. f . Es-qu so be to U1 or ar SC di S1, nKe tuleh. h the System. Fe-ru-ia is Tonic For Such Cases. Spflei Svay bout It. SKelbaugh, Es-xMember ic Iislature. 04 9h strieet, *e jmy nameand word SforPeruna as a medl he oik unequaled. I have he a stubborn cold and c dw asystem. I tried all ether medicines and paid a epsive doctor bills. I ,d me, strengthened me n a ever, and saved me Sjaitterst, Seafield, Ind ., a lltook a severe cold. I gantoimprove and kept l Is able to do my work. el66OF THE SAGES. desire is the greatest of 7 Ru fut when all else is fost. w s Oerman. Gil mts from danger who is on wi es when safe.-Syrus. st of his own conscience trE am Is acquitted.--Juvenal the I afraid of asking is o Sd buerng.-From the Dan- be 1i am say you are an ass, . bray.-From the Span us. UE competition worthy a wise th bhiself.-Anna Jame' a lh b as angel whose wings C a his legs increase.-From) a' -lefnt' Pictures Rare. inS pictures by John 9...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 10 August 1906

The Rice Belt Journal. Published Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. ONE DOLLAR A TEAR IN ADVANCE. Entered at the postoffice at Welsh, La., as second class matter. FRIIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1906 T1'o in are publication all copy should be in our office l,, We1oneslay noon D. -. IEA.\D, EDIToR. IRRIG TION. LAND SURVEYS. SA. E. PARENT' I Civil Engineer, , 4 DDRESS LAKE CHARLES, LA. ~8~~8~0~~",iI" JIM LEE'S j Chinese Laundry, 9 *\11 .\ll H and Vi k. N> ) m achine- 6 9 Y tu p)ti f(i1 )1utt(,fs ('r teat' cloth1ing W WORK LUARANTEED 6 9 Welsh, - Louisiana. j City Barber Shop0 I r A. HEBERT, Prop. r Hot mtl Colda t ýI o O Sampik Roomi. ha t Ptoo,º. SSIGNAL HUTEL, i SL . TBOLRGFFOS. Pron Welsh,- La. IBates per day with hi t!: 2 I ates per day with-lut i's 2 .00 Porter Meets All Trains. " vwNýwiMM+ý..aýwwM HEBERT Ice Cream Parlor For all Kinds of Soft 1 )rinks, Ice Cream, Cake, Candies and Fresh Fruits. A. L. HEBERT, Y At Vnlliug's 1)1 St:ncl, W 1i!sh, La. S. C. ý. r PORTr ARTHUR ROUTE...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 10 August 1906

iEIREKA HOTEL One Block North of Depot. day ... .............................$1.00 -, --d room per week...................... .. 4.50 pri" P week..... .......... . .. ...... 3.50 R- DECKER, Prop.. ,e . . Lou-isianLa. ICE.CREAMI SODA WATER and all kinds of : cOLD DRINKS ° SAt D O DOPER DRUG CO. I ACCONTANT. COLLECTIONS. ,P. RUSSELL, Jr., NOTARY PUBLIC. 0 Welsh, La. Iws sh L ,,e L o.. " "F. : A. ." 50i We Ch spter, , . rd Welh ommnr o.1 K.T. * , ,t s o C 1mP, . W. 0. W. Lodge, K. of H. 0 ,0"00s s 0e********** 1lanized CieternG! No Hoops to Break and Fall Off. ..... He vikr Tank for Less Money 4 S AT T SB+ OP JLHTIN SiO?. Seathern Pacific Time ('ard. EAST BOUND. h 8due.................. 8:35 a. ni klOdue .................11:47 a. r 8due .................. 1:00 a. r. k due .............. .... 4:18 p. u WEST BOUND. i5 due.......... ...... 3:04 p. n k, due......... .. 6:38 p. n 7 due.................. 4:24 a. n k3due ............. 9:20 a. n Nos. 7 and 8 night trains. Ime 34 for further ...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 10 August 1906

WELSB P'T'G. 00., L't'd. Pubs. WELSH, ......LI. ·Ir NNIm I aR•m The Idle Sinners,. / Every once in awhile the action ot Some young man who is enjoying a princely income brings to mind the thought that money ill-spent inevita bly brings disaster to the spender. The idle rich, whose sole idea is to amuse themselves, are curses in a community. They bring themselves to premature graves, but long before their deaths they are old in sin, and are so satiated with illicit pleasure that they find no enjoyment in any thing, and, like Sir Charles Cold stream in the play of "Used Up." there is nothing for them to see with astonishment. Their constant cry is, "There is nothing in it," and they try to stimulate their jaded appetites with excesses that are suggestive of the declining Pagan days of Greece and Rome. Go to any of our fashionable watering places in the height of the season and you will find many indo lent rich men whose faces express sensuality and a vague longing for a new sensation...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 10 August 1906

P jConc:rng Health C cr_, ng Helt Concerning ,e,,t, A LITTLE TALK ADDRESSED TO THE SCHOOLGIRL. The Ideal Girl of Yesterday a Willowy, Delicate Creature-The Schoolgirl of To-Day, While More Robust, Should Look After Her Health First-Don't Try to Pay Your Way Through School with Your Own Work--Substitute Plain Water for Soda and Fruit for Pastry-Hot Biscuits Not for a Beauty. BY MARGARET E. SANGSTER. (I you ever, Dorothy, in the house of some old-fashioned friend, pick up one of those elegant gift books which were in vogue in the '50's, you will remember the steel engraving that showed the ideal girl of yesterday. She was a willowy creature, with a delicate face, long silken ringlets shading her cheek, a very small waist, and long graceful hands. She had been taught to do embroidery and other fine needle work. She excelled in the piano playing of her day, which was a less severe accomplishment than now, and she was refined and re poseful. But there was something a little depressin...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 10 August 1906

If you need anything usually kept in a WELL STOCKED STATIONERY STORE, ----CALL AT THE JOBRNAL BOOK STORE. We have the Fullest Line of Fancy Box Sta tionery and Tablets ever brought to Welsh. 8 iore Than 50 Variehes of Each To Select From. Also a Full line of Inks. Writing Fluids Fount ain Pen Inks, Stamping Ink, Ink Erasers, and an Excellent Assortment of Pens. * * * Ail The Latest lagazines. We Carry More thatin Forty of the Best Popular agazinlles, and will order anlything in this line you mlay WISIlh. + * --H EAI AI()U I{-TERS F()OI SBibles, Blank Books, School Books and Works of Fiction 8 Give us a call and let us Quote You Prices. WSJOhU BRK STORE, EL "SH '. X JDISIA NA I IF YOU INTEND TO SPEND YOUR SUMMER + AWAY FROM HOME + Consult Any Agent of the Southern Pacific "Sunset Route3" ~-FOR PARTICULARS-u Very Low Round Trip Rates On Sale Daily JUNE i, to SEPTEMBER 15, 1906 U-1TO POINTS NORTH, EAST, SOUTH, WEST. Palatial Steamers from New Orleans to New York, Sailing every Wednes...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 17 August 1906

VIE II. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, AUGUST 17, 190t;. NUMBER 11. I __ iOTlNG AT SUe ON THE I$ Our Entire Line of Summer Clothing pt Go Before Summer is Over We still have Fine Selection and All Sizes in Suits. This no, Bluff, but a chance for an Actual Bargain! COME, SEE, BE CONVINCED. ALABLE WITH A MEANING RADE MAIR The Lable of Queen Quality Shoes means .iB:- That the shoe is made of Live Material and $ First-class \Vorkmanshlip.--That the Buyer of a Sof these Shoes (Fall get his money back if there ijanything wrong with Material or Workmaiiship. PRICE I2.50, $3.00, $3.50. SiGNL CLOTHINIG STORE, Y(slh, La, You May Not Have Good Seed; You May Need Feed for your Stock; You May Need Some Cash, If Not Now, Then Later in the Season. ~ Call on or write C Yn' l anant a e 8Mill oo., Lt., I CR OR CW L rE " , L . a- . II . E. IEALD, agent, Welsh, La. WelsNhL1a. lý 'elsh Machine Shops, L. B. VAN NESS, Proprietor. SMOKESTACKS & BREECHINGOS Any Size or Guage, and 0 ALL KINDS OF - ...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 17 August 1906

MOUNT SINAI'S LAW EIGHTH-In Cloud and Pillar Series A STORY OF THE WILDERNESS JOUiNETY OF THE HlEBREW PEOPLE By the "Highway and Byway" Preacher (COpy rlgot, I' , J~l, +s tle mit t l , W . i-:,L.,+,tl.) Scripture Authority: - E:lous, chapters 19 and 2n. oOO0ooooo-OO oo ooo oo o ooooo o SERMONETTE. 0 Psalm 19-7-11. 0 The Perfect Law.-That Law O is described by six names. As Law it is a rule of conduct. As Testimony it is God's expres sion of truth. As Statutes and Commandments it is God's spe cial and general prescription of duty, with fear of God as its o cause. As Judgments it is the final judicial decision from which there is no appeal. The quality of that Law is variously described as Perfect, lacking nothing; as Sure, never failing; as Right, being un erring; as Pure, possessing the fragrance of Heaven; as Clean, possessing the holiness of its Divine Author; as True, the foundation stone of His char acter, and Righteous, the glo rious temple of His manifest nature. i The effect...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 17 August 1906

na buttns NE TIN'S gloney tO burn may s0Oe Ishes.n AMtyp soothinl INp. "1 00 ptkn the gums, reducer ºn" "ca * indciOllce. 25c a bottle. t is a battle and Mai of &tabne land; but the Maid trange i oblivion. Deep in the hu after is Trembling w' There in the s d~---e-- s Stars and th, twenty Years. FTeWdies have sprung What recked for a brief season, then world? ,oeven from memory-- Ours was a long years Cheatham's There with ou Sbeen in the field of Made of a la leason is simple. It has Ah! 'twas al i ctually cures Chills and life te ,the mclyity of others There with t the a. Oe bottle guar- There with t lips, pe an one case. Bliss of aff4 nts in Veg'etables. Deep in the i -lnt only contain stimu* Often my r - capable of producing an There in the itnduece on those who Truant my th-m ex~clusively for food, Seeking the ta pinvestigator. He cites There with -"..c some young people of Maid of the c sauffered from par* Maid with on as the result of a Maid of a estable meal. dream, Mai...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 17 August 1906

The Rice Belt Journal. P'ulished Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IN ADIVANCE. t'?itetred .it tho postoffice at Welsh. La., as scond clawe matter. FI DAY, A GiLST 17, 1906 I') ill rti !u 'i';iratjiI all CI)1J3 slioil~l be ini 4)1 2r ~ice !,ý* \'Ae. i i., ly no)n. 1). Il l ýi:.A) ElaC'Iolt. SIR :.I LADSLt'REYS. q A. E. PARENT f Civil Engineer, SI)lI)RESS ýV \ e CHARES, LA. J!M LEE'S tl i A i 'llb n' or L'"h Laundry1 ; L u1 L o uhlnri14 9 4 9 Wi K GUAi ANEED 6 W :'.1. - Louisiana. SCity Barber Shopf 1 6 A. H~iERT, Prop. " Hot aul Cold "4 $Sample Kor.:. Bath Roomr. I SIGNAL HOTEL, I L J. BOLRGFOIS. Prop Welsh, = - = La. Iates per day with Ith h .2-5 Shates per day without haths 2.00 '.' I: . 1 ' aiii . i1 HEBERT Ice Cream Parlor 1For1 all Kinds of Soft ' I~rinlks, Ice Cream, SCake, Candies and SFresh Fruits. ,A. L. HEBERT, ti ' \\, llin 'ý l ) I St onl. " lsh, La, 'J " " ".LOI m i APORT ARTHURI ROUTE "Straight as the Crow F!q'l.'. Kansas City Southern...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 17 August 1906

jUREKA HOTEL One Block North of Depot. per day . .......................... 1.00 and room per week.................. ....... 4.50 p r week .................... ............... 3.50 ," DECK~ER, Prop. 'elsb .- - - Louisiana. .CREAM, SOOA WATER i nd all kinds of ! IDRINKS r At o ER DRUG CO. jC(OVNAý~T. COLLLCTIO'S. " P. RUSSELL, Jr., NOTARY PUBLIC. Welsh, La. SVelshCo 0 .T. * Wel (eP i.o li y. \\. & adLodge . of 11 I S I N Hoops to Break ta Fall Off. ..... er Tank for Less Money 4HAT THE+ STIIN SHOP. gura Pacific Timne Card. EAST BOUND. .............. 8:35 a. m. S............. ...11:47 a. m . aae.................:00 a. m. i .................. 4:1S p. m. WEST BOUND. al .................. 3:04 p. m ............. . . 6:3$ p. m. ..s................ 4:24 a. m l ................ 9.:20 a. m " oe7 and 8 night trains. 3Wfor further information. .T. F. TUBBS, Agent. I.]of new ribbons just in at the photographer, for pho it lot of penny candies at merseim,of Evangeline, spent i: Welsh. Texas...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 17 August 1906

( e jire Belt Yournal WE~LSH P'T'G. CO., L't'd. Pubs. WELSH, - - - - - LA. EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. Governor Higgins of New York has Let on foot a campaign to stop gam bling at Saratoga. Ten and one-quarter inches of rain fell at Miles Tuesday. Bridges are wrecked and train service suspended. The records in the Department of ?State show that th,,re are or::: organ tzed and twelve unorganized counties. Not all of the organiized cou'nties held primaries, however. Four prisoners sawed their way out of the county jail at Muskogee through the roof and let themnselves to the ground by knotting their bed clothing together. By expending $10,)or,tO00 Swift & Co.. packers of Chicago and Boston, 'have secured cont'(l for the beet trulst, of the entire bee packing and tanning business of Nk.w England. The Grayson County (;inners' Asso cilation has d..(cill to return to ".s'rglught ginling," that is to gin cot tie' CustIoInlr and nI 1) ilbuy s'd cout. .,John (l ay ,son of )Dr. L. R. Gray, Ilasi...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 17 August 1906

tha or dr -- n..il pub-r to .Bad Boy Writes to His Chum from fa 0on-The White Chapel District th ad the Craze for Gin-Gives His an Dad a Scare in the Tower. ac co Y HO. G:ot:i;T: W. PECK. de rnor of \\ -, furerly pub- cu Ser of l'c " au:thor of 'Peck's Lc;:1., . c.) opyrlgt, 1i by Pu .': 1 o. owles.) na London, Englaln. -lY 1)ear Chum: on received your letter yesterday, and yo gtmad, me homfl-i, I;. Gee, but if I th lad be home there with you and go co doV to the swimnling hole and get in ge over, and play tag in ur, sand, and a eSome boy's pants and shirt in knots, ev a yell that the police are coming, de sd all grab our clothes under our stt "• and run across lots with no ge pottes on, and get in a barn and put ha o our clothes, and dry our hair by eading it with a stick, so we would oc ot get licked when we got home, life th eo@ld be worth living, but here all I ev jolsto dodge people on the streets and th Sthem look cross when they step At .ome. y, boy, you will never know your ...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 17 August 1906

So Iohwe-tern Louisiana Indinstr;al In stitute. Lafayette, La., E. L. Stephens. I'Pres ident. State institution of learnihng for both sexes. Three story brick school building, containing twenty class rooms, auditorium, library, gy n, masium. Two brick dormitories. Complete courses of study in all reg uar academic subjects, and also man ulartraining, domestic art and science, instrumental and vocal music, stenog rapby, commerce, agriculture. Foun teen in faculty. Military discipline and drill. Gymnasium (itrii for 1,oung ladies, Healtllhful iccatioin. o(, acres. Sixti annual session op. us September 19, 0l!l6 Write for catia o10. Southw, st,'' Iladustrial Inst mii te at Lafayette, now owns lifty acres. Twenty-five donated six years ago and twenty-liut mm~in purchased with. re c'ut special alI ripr'iation of $1*00,(). Three large brick buildings and three frame. Actual value of plant will now reach lt.12,000. Plan, for immediate enlargelment and conmple ti,,n of mming lates' dormitory...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 24 August 1906

1E . WELSH, CALCASIEU PARISH, LOUISIANA, AUGUST 24, 190.na 1'I I. WELSH, CALCASIEU PARlISH, LOUISIANA, AUGUTS T 24, 190((. NUMlEK1" Jyb~&~B CI ' ' ~~~YEl cLOTINN A Bo ON THE $ o Our Entire Line of Summer Clothing t 0o Before Summer is Over We still have Fine Selection and All Sizes in Suits. This 400 Bluff, but a chance for an Actual Bargain! fe COIE4 SEE, BE CONVINCED. tee ALABLE WITH A MEANING e ca tio fol _ ~ ty RAVE MARKti The Laale of Queen Quality Shoes means - That the shoe is made of Live Material and ci irt-class \\0.orkinnii }.p1.--allat the Buyer of a jof these Slhots an geet his nioney back if there sanything wrong with Material or \Vorkmanship. PR I(CE 2.50, $-.-00, 835O. o lNAL CLOTHIlN STORE, elsh, La. 0l tto ADANCS UN RICH SEED, FEED AND CASH t IF YOU NEED THEIR You May Not nave Good Seed; You May Need Feed for your Stock; n You May Need Some Cash, If Not Now, Oyti Then Later in the Season. tl fi Cali on or write Nple' plli dlt Rice mill Co., Ltd., 1ROX""TL "Y", ...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 24 August 1906

THE GOLDEN CALF NINTH In Cloud and Pillar Series A STGRY OF TIE WHi.)ERNYFSS JOURNEY OF TIlE tiEniilw PEOPLE By the "Highway and Byway" Preacher G.* *., .i , . .s : ( lily : N I'. !. 0 " " 0 0': ,: , 0 , 0 0 . " ".." " SERMONETTE. S The second conmrandment is * * one specifically violated in the " 32d cnapter of Exodus. Israel had not chosen other gods, but "rather their sin was that of * * seeking to bring the worship of " Sthe true God down to the low and materialistic level of hu man conceptions. They sought e * to make their religion conform " Sto that of Egypt, just as we find today the worship of God cor rupted by worldliness and the * I mockery of mere show and " Sfleshly activities. S There is not much tendency to-day to deny the true God. 1 * With few exceptions, people " Swhen asked will avow a belief t r in God. But of the rearing of 1 " graven images there is much. 1 SThe enticements of the golden 0 S calf form of worship is with us ' a it to-day. s v Is this true of the...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 24 August 1906

rpoLDD SEC' Y "l Hov years Ago yy Syste1 '1g Ere ,n Conditson. I 4EIyM Restoration to L ~gth" 0ors, whiu S onC al tur mo rib or ha wl pre po lit to do ci rn 101 t TICKA4EOPOL , LEOPOLD. 137 Main Wis., Secy Lied i ~es: Eago my system as in downcoidition and I was mover my body. I began abjouti my 0oditioa and I trey ,ytling which would h srlecommended to me as ood remedy and tonic, and I thatitýSaS worthy of praise. t lchanged my condilion ad in a short time I was y onble. t pe my restoration to ,jdtrengtb. I am glad to en SRestores Strength. ýtiGreen, R. R. 6. luka, Ill., º°1 badcatarh and felt misera Sthe use of Pcruna and a prove in every way. My a not hurt me so much, my bgood and I am gaining in Sg treogth. 1 MIND WAS WORKING. been browr on His First Sail Over the gar. 'Raging Main." lowed fort 1 at s ever quite forget those into our years were few-of lower asbout life on the raging the I bsh the imagination reveled some and plunder from stat- crear sad valorous deeds done hour:...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 24 August 1906

The Rice Belt Journal. Published Every Friday by Welsh Printing Company, Ltd. t\t: DOI,.lAR A VEAIR IN .DVA1NCE. !E r ti rt- at ithe p, tattice at VWelsh, La., as eecon l clas matter. F1:( i.11, .11 (70 1 24, 1906 T ) tn,Itr, ;, w'u ati !t all copy sho bttl he in 6ir We AI i. I, l IaI S n. Yn Sl:1:. 1". l 1t l. 6 A. E. PARENT £ Civil Engineer l i 4 9< 4 nnress SI 1,E CIjARES, LA. JliM LEE'S Chinese Laundry1 b O \ li. 1!v- \' k'h No mach'iine- ti Vy } t , tI'hin i Ot 6 a SWORK JiARM4 [16 9 EV' lsh - Louisiana. ,6V: andc 60 4 SA. H GBE5T, Prop. "i Sure Siot. t s tn Co filf F 6I 1) L ; [( jil. happ g ýýý6·8-ýý-tBPº*9º8ý e, and ple Rea. Rath Raosi. f I SIGNAL HOTELI tu d fi J. OURGEOIS, PropI I Welsh, -i Lad l Sthir I ' ~t la .wt 1gn1 oug*)~ htti Sur, llresha t FlrutIts*l~th L? tend $ L E BERT tnt T jIce Cream Parlor fo' , At J \u a llin S Old of S oftn 6 hn ainittee )rinks;, Crea 6 Itag , C'ake, C~andies and "'**t ~I shal Fresh ruits. odrught Padrs , A. L. HEBERT, ors7" a haeet V At...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice belt journal. — 24 August 1906

1TREKA HOTEL One Block North of Depot. i ýtesper day....... ................. -.......$1.00 dand room per week............. .. . 4.50 ýper week................ ...... ***....... 3.50 R- DECEKR, Froýp ytelsh, - - - Louisi~ana -ECREAMI SODA WATER e i and all kinds of LD DRINKS 11 SAt IIHIl PER DRUG CO. o T 1 gCOLTANT COLLECTIONS. 0 6 p, RUSSELL, Jr., sm S NOTARY PUBLIC. "1 Welsh, La. y~* is V Lodge xo. 0 F. A M. "1. e . ± C ha<Pt er, SO. .O , 1. A. I. p h (wmmandry so.10 K.T. . e lsbhCam' No. 17, W.i O. U. I ý adLodre, K. of i. " a aiied C1st ems! p teN I oops to Break S Fall Off... at viir Tank for Less Money P1 t N AT THE++ da HT_ SHOP. K I Pacific Time ('ard. i ~~ L ~EAST BOUND. se................ 8:35 a. in. 1I E .....11:47 a. .I M1 i.e........ 1:0o a. . m nac . ................ 4:1l p. m. I day WESTBOUND. Fi ................. 3:04 p. m Dan ..............6:38 p. m. ................ 4:24 a. mn M . 9:20 a. m the Tud 8 night trains. 0 lforfurther information. week J, F. TUaBs, Age...

Publication Title: Rice Belt Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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